Meet Joe Black Blu Ray

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Bill Parish (Anthony Hopkins) has it all - success wealth and power. Days before his 65th birthday he receives a visit from a mysterious stranger Joe Black (Brad Pitt) who soon reveals himself as Death. In exchange for extra time Bill agrees to serve as Joe's earthly guide but will he regret his choice when Joe unexpectedly falls in love with Bill's beautiful daughter Susan (Claire Forlani)?

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Released
24 January 2011
Directors
Actors
Format
Blu Ray 
Publisher
Universal Pictures UK 
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173 minutes 
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Media tycoon William Parrish (Anthony Hopkins) is approaching his sixty-fifth birthday when he encounters Death (Brad Pitt) himself. Parrish is offered a few extra days of life if he allows the Grim Reaper into his home and, keen to finish off an important company merger, agrees, introducing his new guest to friends and family as Joe Black. Joe begins to fall in love with Parrish's daughter, Susan (Claire Forlani), who is engaged to Drew (Jake Weber), Parrish's deputy. When Parrish decides against the merger, Drew stages a boardroom coup and attempts to oust the tycoon.

Please note this is a region B Blu-Ray and will require either a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play A wealthy tycoon whose life is orderly and happy finds his household disrupted by the arrival of a young man called Joe Black His daughter falls for the young man innocent of the fact that Joe is Death visiting Earth to take the life of her father

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